Nestlé expands its education program for aspiring chefs

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If you aim for a culinary career, there is a simple way to improve your skills or boost your employment opportunities: Just join Worldchefs Academy online or download the app, register and start a free three-month training session. After passing the final assessment, you receive a Pre-Commis Chef certificate.

The free online program was launched in English by Nestlé Professional and the World Association of Chefs Societies (Worldchefs) in 2018. Since then 14,655 people have registered, and 3,298 of them have received Pre-Commis Chef certificates.

On the occasion of this year’s International Youth Day on August 12, Nestlé and Worldchefs announced today that they will expand the languages the program is offered in to include Spanish and Portuguese as well as Arabic, Mandarin and Italian by the end of 2020.

Nestlé expands its education program for aspiring chefs

The Worldchefs Academy program is available to anyone, no matter their background or current skill set, and covers the basics of culinary professionalism, food service operations, culinary theory, food hygiene and sanitation, basic cooking and culinary nutrition.

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